Seymour

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

106 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London, W2 2RY, United Kingdom
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38%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
6%
3
Very Good
10%
5
Average
22%
11
Poor
10%
5
Terrible
50%
24

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 31% more and rated 29% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families35
  • Couples31
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Long stay London

by nadalert

Hi,

My sister will be travelling to London for 6 weeks on business. She is looking for an apartment/hotel for approx £30-50 per night. She will be working in Brentford. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

Re: Long stay London

by MacedonianUK

Brentford Shopping center is near by and also North Circular Road, right opposite of the shopping center is Holliday Inn.
Near by is tube (metro) station so she can go to the center or the west end. Also many local buses stop at the shopping center.

Re: Long stay London

by MacedonianUK

Sorry North Circular around Kew becomes South Circular road and Upper Richmond road...

Re: Long stay London

by MacedonianUK

Also here is a list of Premier Inn in the area, your sister can check them and find out are they willing to rent room on long term of 6 weeks & get better price
http://www.premierinn.com/en/homeQuickSearch!execute.action

Re: Long stay London

by leics

Brentford is in Greater London, rather than the city centre, which will help with cost to some extent. It would be cheaper for you to find accommodation in Brentford than to find it elsewhere (more expensive the nearer the centre you get) and pay for transport costs on top.

The money you might save on apartment rental as a single person will quickly be used up by having to eat all your meals outside the hotel....and Travelodges do not provided breakfast within the price of the room (and what they do pride in the way of breakfast is over-priced, imo).

My advice is to find a small flat if possible. You will be able to offset costs by buying and cooking your own meals.

The official London tourist information site Pedmar links lists all holiday accommodation. But you might also consider exploring 'short lets'. Google for 'short let brentford' or 'short let london' and you will find several letting agents' sites to explore.

Re: Long stay London

by leics

A maximum of 50GBP per night in a London hotel will substantially limit your sister's choice, I'm afraid. UK accommodation is not cheap, and central London is even more expensive.

Travel Tips for London

A bit lost? Ask anyone for help- Brits are nice!

by sunlovey

You won't receive the cold shoulder in London when you can't find your way. It seems Brits are happy to point you in the right direction in their beautiful city.
Even the cops- :-) I really miss the overall friendliness of people on the street in London. Being the big, fast-paced city that it is, it feeeels different than NYC.

Charles Dickens Coffee Room

by CoAir13

Covent Garden is one of my favorite places in London. There is so much to see and do. We spent hours exploring this area on both of our trips!! As we walked around Covent Garden, it began to rain. For a few minutes, it was a light rain but, quickly turned to a pour. We ducked into the Charles Dickens Coffee Room on Tavistock Road. It is a quaint, cramped little corner serving drinks, sweet snacks and sandwiches. We sipped our tea and hot chocolate until the rain stopped.

Take a picnic in Hyde Park

by challenger

Here’s what to do: Go to Harrod’s and see the amazing range of fresh food on display in the Food Hall on Ground Level, buy according to your taste, then walk over to near by Hyde Park, sit down and enjoy the food and atmosphere. If you do that on a Sunday, then don’t miss out on the speeches at Speaker’s Corner!

Take a Break from the Hustle & Bustle

by gabriellefox

I love the vitality and energy of London but all that sightseeing can really take it out of you. for those who have arrived in London after a long haul flight I would highly recommend that (budget permitting) you book yourself into a hotel with spa facilities. London has some great spa hotels. My favourite is The Grove in Hertfordshire, just 40 mins from central London.

Sequoia is more than a spa, more than a health club and more than a fitness centre. At Sequoia they ensure that your visit encompasses all your needs, dependent on your emotions, mind and physical aspects on the day of your experience with us. This helps to create a balance to your life and guides you in ways to enhance and improve the elements around you.

You can book a spa package or just specific treatments. It is not cheap but luxury never is.

The Russell Square Cabmen's Shelter

by pieter_jan_v

The small Cabmen's Shelter at a corner of Russel Square originally was located at Leicester square, but after this area became exclusive to pedestrians the shed was moved to Russel Square.

In the past cabmen were not allowed to leave their vehicles and had a day without fresh food and drinks. Alarmed by this, the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury decided to take action. With support from his philanthropic friends, the Earl now founded the Cabmen’s Shelter Fund. The aim was to build and run shelters at the busiest cab stands within a six mile radius of Charing Cross. Each shelter would have an attendant and provide "good and wholesome refreshments at moderate prices". Between 1875 and 1914, the fund built a total of 61 shelters at cost of around £ 200 each.

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Address: 106 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London, W2 2RY, United Kingdom